Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

UHYS offers a range of services including counselling, support, advocacy, and referrals for young people aged 10-18 and their families. These services are primarily focused on Targeted Early Intervention and are provided free of charge in the Muswellbrook, Singleton and Upper Hunter Area.

UHYS’s services are available to young people aged 10-18 and their families in the Muswellbrook, Singleton and Upper Hunter Area.

To access support from UHYS, individuals or their families can reach out directly or be referred by schools, healthcare providers, or community organisations. Contact Us today.

Yes, UHYS provides its services free of charge.

The Youth Programs Centre offers a variety of programs and activities, including art projects, music, sports, life skills development, mental health support, and more. Keep an eye out on our Activities and Events page on our website or subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date.

UHYS provides evidence-based youth programs aimed at addressing various issues affecting young people in the community.

UHYS offers programs and resources for parents and caregivers, providing them with support and guidance.

Referring a client to UHYS involves following the referral process, which typically includes completing referral forms and using the provided contact information. You can find more information about referrals here

To find out more about or to apply for any of our advertised positions please contact us on 026543481 or through our Contact Form.

UHYS offers student placements to those who are studying a relevant degree or certificate. Contact us to find out what placements we have available.